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    WINTER 2005/2006   COVER STORIES   T-SHIRTS WORLDWIDE
 
 
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ArcNews Online shares selected articles from the print edition.
Now with exclusive online-only articles.

Previous Issues
Fall 2005
Summer 2005
Spring 2005
Winter 2004/2005

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Soldiers and civilians from the 320th Engineer Company (Topographic), 130th Engineer Brigade, Multi-National Corps-Iraq celebrated GIS Day 2005 at Camp Victory in Baghdad, Iraq (photo courtesy Captain Michael Wood). Read more about GIS Days 2005 and 2006.
 
 

Announcing ArcGIS Explorer: Serves Geographic Intelligence On Demand
 
 

Defining the Components of the Geospatial Workforce—Who Are We?
 
 

Where Did That Geospatial Data Come From?: GIS and Surveying
  4th Annual Survey and GIS Summit 2006
 
 

USGS, NGA, and DHS Collaborate to Build "GIS for the Gulf": Extensive Spatial Infrastructure Uses Local Data and ETL Technology and Processes
 
 

Sears Holdings Corporation Deploys GIS Navigation and Mapping System: 10,000 Technicians Use Digital Toolbox to Manage Daily Routes from the Field
 
 

USDA Web Soil Survey Supports Public Access to Volumes of Data
 
 

Science Instructor Mark Ericson At the Santa Fe Indian School: "The learning is exponential!"
 
 

Putting the "Art" Back into Cartography: ArcGIS 9.2 Provides a Full Solution
 
 

Liwal Helps in the Rebuilding and Rehabilitation of Afghanistan: New Esri International Distributor
 
 

The Republic of Iraq Maps Its Future: Atlas for GIS—New Esri Distributor in Iraq
 
 

Sudan, Borneo, Russia—Esri T-Shirts Go Eastern Hemisphere!

T-shirt Photos from Previous Issues


Jane Goodall was the keynote speaker at the 2005 Esri International User Conference. Please see "Jane Goodall Tells Her Story at Esri's 25th User Conference" from the Fall 2005 issue of ArcNews.
 

    GIS PRODUCT NEWS   GIS IN ACTION (cont'd)   GIS COMMUNITY NEWS
 
 
Business Analyst Online for Economic Development, Education, and Health: Industry-Specific, On-Demand Data Reports and Mapping Service

Segmentation Module Now Available for ArcGIS 9.1 Business Analyst: Identify, Profile, and Analyze Customers

ArcIMS 9.1 Route Server Now Available

ArcPad 7 Now Shipping

OLAP for ArcGIS Add-On Now Available for Download

Job Tracking for ArcGIS (JTX) Improves Integration with ArcGIS Spatial Tools: Model Real-World Workflows

ArcWeb Services 2006 Now Available

 
  GIS IN ACTION
 
Southern Company's Enterprise GIS Streamlines Communication Between Its Five Electric Utilities

Middle Rio Grande River Being Restored Using GIS: In Albuquerque, New Mexico, Shared Geographic Information Is Key to Project Success

West Springfield, Massachusetts, Builds Information Portals with GIS: Employees and Citizens Both Benefit from Efficient Data Serving

Web Portal Links More Than 1,500 Public Mapping Servers: Kansas Geological Survey, University of Kansas, Develops Mapdex

Esri Business Partners Provide Data, Software, and Services Solutions: Responding to Users' Needs

  Plans Being Finalized for 2006 Esri Worldwide Business Partner Conference

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The Subsurface Geology of Brussels, Belgium, Is Modeled with 3D GIS

Mosquito Control Operations at Florida Keys Mosquito Control District Integrates GIS

Community and Land Services Highlighted in ArcIMS Sites

Revisiting ArcNews Fall 2005






 
 
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In Salt Lake City, Utah, Traffic Accident History Model Built with GIS

For Puget Sound, Washington, GIS and Modeling Are Protecting and Restoring Shorelines and Open Spaces: Listening to the Land—The Role of GIS in Protecting the Intrinsic Landscape

  Protecting Signature Landscapes, Natural Resources, and Habitats: At the Crossroads

 
  GIS IN DISASTER PREPAR-
  EDNESS AND RESPONSE
 
In Japan, Niigata Chuetsu Earthquake Damage Assessment Data Is Gathered More Efficiently Using GIS: GIS Portal Helps to Quickly Share Disaster Data

Florida State Emergency Response Task Force Provides Hurricane Katrina Support Using GIS: Providing a Helping Hand for Mississippi Counties

Mexico's National Center for Disaster Prevention Delivers Natural and Human-Made Risk Information to the Web via GIS

 
  ROUTING AND
  LOGISTICS GIS
 
Colorado's North Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization Makes Ride Sharing Easier with GIS

Cobb County, Georgia, Creates a Geodatabase for Routing and Other Transportation Services Using GIS

Apex Office Supply Delivers Products More Efficiently with GIS: Small Company Serving East Central Iowa Manages 200 Deliveries a Day

 
  ENVIRONMENTAL
  INVENTORY WITH GIS
 
In Transcarpathia, Ukraine, GIS Aids Statistical Forest Inventory

Cambridge, Massachusetts, Community Trees Are Managed with GIS: Valuable Natural Resources Managed with Modern Technology

4-H Clubs Inventory Trees in Hillsboro, Oregon, and Park Conditions in St. Louis, Missouri: Making the Environment Better, One Clover at a Time


 
 
GIS Users Meet in August for 26th Annual Esri International User Conference: San Diego, California, Completes First Decade as Conference Host

Esri Developer Summit Spotlights Spatial Value: First-Ever Event—March 17–18, 2006

20th European Conference for Esri Users and European Educational User Conference

URISA Plans Busy Year of Conferences in 2006

Operation GIS Day 2005

GIS Day 2006: Hosting a Successful Event

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First Asia-Pacific Conference for Esri Users

Esri's Business GeoInfo Summit: April 30–May 2, 2006, in Boston, Massachusetts

First Australasia Conference for Esri Education Users a Success in Tasmania: Geography and GIS Education Alive Down Under

Exclusive ArcNews Online Articles

The University of Redlands, California, Begins Initiative to Promote Education and Applied Research in GIS: Inviting Nominations and Applications

Crossing Borders
Geographers Respond to Katrina: A column by Doug Richardson, Executive Director, AAG

Applying GIS in Higher Education Social Science and Public Policy Research Methods Courses: Think Globally, Act Regionally

Learning to Think Spatially Now Available

African Adventure Novel by ArcNews Editor Published























 
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